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Two refunds of US$204.10 one on Mar 28 the other on Mar 25 have not been received on my bank account. where are they?

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Received IT34 for 2016 and amount is refundable. What is date 1 and date 2 mean on the form?


south africa you are from ?

beware of possible scam see below on refund process

http://www.sars.gov.za/AllDocs/Documents/MediaReleases/2009/SARS-MR-2009-007%20-%20Media%20release%20on%20SARS%20cautions%20taxpayers%20on%20fraud%20scams%20-%209%20February%202009.pdf

If a refund is due to the taxpayer SARS automatically pays the refund into the taxpayer's bank account; provided that the details are correct. If banking details are not correct the taxpayer must visit a SARS branch office with supporting documents to correct the bank account details. To prevent fraud, SARS last year did away with issuing of refund cheques and will only pay refunds into verified bank accounts. In this regard SARS has contacted approximately 150 000 taxpayers whose bank account details were not provided on their income tax return or who bank account details could not be verified to request that they correct these to receive refunds due. To prevent fraud or "phishing", these taxpayers are required to correct their details in person at a SARS branch. The SARS Anti-Corruption an Fraud Hotline is 0800 002870

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I returned this item in the same package of (2) Sets of 15 piece Pittsburgh Steelers Bath Sets, What happen to my refund?


The refund you received should've been credited to your bank account. Some stores do allow you to receive the money from your refund in the form of a gift card.

Apr 28, 2016 | Miscellaneous

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39.99 was refunded to my paypal account. where does it show up and what do i do ,leave it for credit or receive it back?


Your PayPal account is connected to either your credit card or your bank account. You have the option of keeping your refunded money in your PayPal account--where it can be used by you later as a credit toward a future purchase--or you can have it moved to your credit card that is associated with your PayPal account.
If you do nothing, the refunded amount will stay in your PayPal account. If you wish to withdraw it from PayPal and credit it back to you credit card, you have to log on to your PayPal account and follow the instructions. It should show a balance of $39.99, and give you options regarding what you want to do with it.

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Why haven`t I received any SSI or SOCIAL SECURETY BENEFITS SINCE DECEMBER 2013?


If there is a local branch I reccomend that you go in and speak to someone at the bank itself. If this continues to happen you can also look to close the account and move to a different bank. I would also call social security and inform them of the problem if you are unable to resolve it at the bank an seek reimbursement for back missing funds. Give them the new infomation from the new bank's account and they will let the old bank refund the money to them, however you will need to try and get the old account closed and likely you will be able to recover the funds at that time and without having SS do anything but change to a new bank and new account. This all applies only if you get direct deposit.

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Closed account unclaimed funds


Hi!

Oh well, if you do not remember or do not have the information your refund most probably is lost.

Aug 21, 2012 | PayPal Accounts

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How do I get the $ into my checking account now that I have a sale from my site?


Hi johns706

REALIZING CASH FROM PAYPAL ACCOUNT

You can register your bank account (this must be an account that can send out and receive electronic payments) with PayPal and then transfer funds in between your bank and your PayPal account. For information about managing and accessing money received through a PayPal account (go to your country specific PayPal site for local financial regulations guidelines), see here:

https://www.paypal.com/helpcenter/main.jsp;jsessionid=pxjVT1cZcFhmgqTDKKrQ1LV2q5bQ7gv9XndSJFCrG1hpM1pmgrGZ!1869012266?locale=en_GB&_dyncharset=UTF-8&countrycode=GB&cmd=_help&serverInstance=9002&t=solutionTab&ft=browseTab&ps=solutionPanels&solutionId=163301&isSrch=Yes

The PayPal System is a commercial, revenue generating business model. It is designed to earn revenue for PayPal as well as to provide users with a secure, safe way to complete transactions over the internet. So, PayPal is set up to keep any money in users' PayPal accounts for as long as possible, so that as many transactions as possible are conducted via PayPal, each transaction earning a fee for PayPal.

However, the Law requires bank (or similar financial organisations) account holders to be able to directly access any cash held in their accounts if they so wish. PayPal complies with the Law by allowing money from a PayPal account to be transferred to a bank account as long as that bank account is registered with and verified by PayPal. PayPal can justify this convoluted and indirect method of allowing account holder access to cash, on both the maintenance of PayPal account security grounds and compliance with Money Laundering Legislation grounds.

I believe that PayPal also have an Own Brand MasterCard, operated for PayPal by Santander Bank, to and from which PayPal account funds can also be transferred.

The only other possible way of realising cash from PayPal Accounts, depending on where the user lives, is by purchasing something online with PayPal funds that can then be physically returned for a Cash Refund from a physical branch of the company that supplied the item in the town or city where the user lives.

As an example, in the UK (specifically London), discounted travel can be paid for using a Debit Card called Oyster which can be obtained, for a small, fully refundable deposit, from any underground and most overground train stations as well as from a network of authorised Oyster retailers in the city. It is possible to top up the Oyster card online, using PayPal funds. The Oyster Card can then be cashed in for its full cash balance plus card deposit at any London Underground and most overground Train Stations. The user can then later pay the small deposit for a new Oyster Card.

In this 'Refund' method it is, of course, essential to establish, beforehand, the exact refund policy of the supplier before going ahead with any purchase. Some suppliers may, on security grounds, exercise the right to refuse a cash refund and to, instead, re-credit the relevant PayPal account.

I hope this helps.

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To open an account for a long time ...and they tell me to contact tryincardproblems@paypal. but no email no phone number ..how to i reach these people


To request a refund, send the seller an email. Ask the seller to go to the Transaction Details page for your transaction and click Issue a refund.
You can request a refund up to 60 days after you pay for your item.

Here's how to find the seller's contact information:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Details next to the transaction you want a refund for.
  4. Use the contact information to send the seller an email.
If your seller doesn't agree to refund your money, you may be able to open a dispute in the Resolution Center. You can open a dispute if you didn't receive your item or you received something that doesn't match the seller's description. (You must open your dispute within 45 days of paying for your item.)

In the Resolution Center, you can communicate directly with the seller and try to resolve the problem. If you aren't able to work it out, we may be able to help you get a refund.

Note:
  • If you paid with your debit card or credit card, your payment is refunded to your debit card or credit card. It may take up to 30 days for the refund to appear on your card statement.
  • If you paid with your bank account or PayPal balance, your payment is refunded to your PayPal account.
https://www.paypal.com/helpcenter/main.jsp?cmd=_help&solutionId=1205177&t=solutionTab&bn_r=m

Jul 16, 2011 | PayPal Accounts

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How do I get my money back because I have not received the goods


Hello,

You can only cancel your transaction if the recipient has not claimed the money. To request a refund, you'll need to contact the recipient of the payment.

To cancel the payment from your bank:

1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click the My Account tab.
3. Click Unclaimed next to the transaction.
4. Click Cancel Payment.

The payment will be returned to your PayPal account, not your bank account. From there, you can withdraw the money from your PayPal account to your bank account.

To cancel your credit card payment:

1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click the My Account tab.
3. Click Unclaimed next to the transaction.
4. Click Cancel Payment.

Your payment will be returned to your credit card. This can take up to 30 days.


For further help, contact paypal directly. Hope this helps!

PayPal Customer Service: 1-402-935-2050

May 26, 2011 | PayPal Accounts

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